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[captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute >> a bombshell of a recognition in washington. david petraeus is stepping down from his post after admitting he had an extramarital affair. >> his biographer is now under fbi investigation for improperly trying to access petraeus' e-mail and classified information. she is believed to be the other woman in the affair. >> in his resignation letter to president obama, david petraeus, who took over at the cia in 2011, wrote, after being married for 37 years, i showed extremely poor judgment by engaging in an extramarital affair. such behavior is unacceptable as the husband -- as a husband and the leader of an organization such as ours. he resigned just days after his boss won reelection. president obama accepted it,
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saying, i wish them the very best at this difficult time. >> for lack of a better term, petraeus is a legend. one of the few generals in american history to get so much credit for some many different things. >> he was scheduled to testify on the terrorist attack in benghazi that left four americans dead, including ambassador chris stevens. >> this is probably the most politically uncomfortable, leaving aside the stuff from the affair, just the benghazi question, the most politically- uncomfortable question the guy had since reaching that stage. >> the resignation caught even washington d.c. off guard. >> the president accepted petraeus' resignation on the same day he offered his first post-re-election comments on the fiscal cliff.
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authorities described the fiscal cliff as a doomsday scenario that would initiate tax increases that could affect your job, your 401k, and your wallet. nearly 90% of u.s. households could see taxes go up around $3,500 next year. the uncertainty could also affect holiday shopping. the budget office warns the fiscal cliff could cause the economy to slide back into a recession and raise the unemployment rate to 9.1%. >> more will be taken out of your check. you will have less to spend. the impact will be substantial. think about the coffee shop across the street from the plant that makes weapons. the ripple effect on communities, workers, and families. >> if washington cannot get a deal done before january and we do go off the cliff, maryland would hit the ground harder than many other states. >> the question is, why? a closer look at the potential
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impact. >> maryland has strong financial ties to the federal government. if washington cannot cut this deal, experts say maryland will quickly be in a recession. as politicians state their positions on how to avoid a fiscal cliff -- >> i am not going as students and seniors and middle-class families to pay down the entire deficit. >> the problem with raising tax rates on the wealthiest americans is that more than half of them are small business owners. >> maryland is most likely positioned for a financial fall. if washington must slash spending, government jobs could go down with it. nearly 6% of the state's work force are federal employees. well above the national average of 2%. maryland houses many major government institutions like fort meade, the naval academy, nih, adn the nsa.
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all would take drastic funding cuts. >> we are one of the most defense-intensive states in the country. maryland is in the cross hairs of the fiscal cliff. >> another economist points to one of baltimore's crown jewels, john hopkins university. it would take a big hit because it is the leading recipient of nih research grants. >> it is not just about spending cuts. tax increases will happen, too. because maryland is a higher- income state, more money will come out of your pockets. >> also, more investment income. capital gains and dividend tax rates are also scheduled to rise. >> experts predict maryland will be in a recession by early next year if a solution is not agreed upon. the most recent state analysis estimates maryland could lose more than 53,000 jobs at the end
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of the fiscal year this coming june. >> the nation's highest court says it will decide whether police make connect -- may collect dna samples for people under arrest, which could have nationwide implications. the supreme court justice will review the maryland court of appeals decision that bars dna collection from suspects after their arrest. that centers around alonzo king, jr.. he was convicted of a 2003 rape based on dna evidence taken from a 2009 arrest. judge roberts block the ruling and allowed police to continue to collect dna samples. >> this is near the ruptured water main in midtown. crews still have a long way to go. the water main broke on wednesday, flooding streets and shutting down traffic in the area. live in midtown with the latest. >> ucb roadblocks sign up behind
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me. those will be a fixture in this area for quite some time very north avenue is back open in both directions. businesses are happy to hear about that. the destruction in this area will continue through the weekend and well into next week. -- the disruption in this area will continue through the weekend and well into next week. drivers continue to cruise through the avenue, a small sign of progress in what will be a long journey. crews are analyzing the water main ruptured wednesday morning. flooding the area and shutting down roads in one of the biggest parts of the city. this is his surveillance video showing just seconds after the water started gushing down charles street. he was finally able to reopen friday after having to close down for two days. >> i still have no where near the business i normally get.
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for me, customers, safety comes first. >> while crews are hoping to start working on repairing the main by monday, bpw is concentrating on the long-term plan to improve infrastructure. the ruptured water main was 90 years old, manufactured in 1913 and installed in the early- 1920's. >> we need to increase the amount of water mains that we replaced. >> right now, the city replaces fewer than 5 miles of water main per year. next year, the one to increase to 20 miles per year an increase in five-mile increments every year after that. the goal is to replace 40 miles per year by 2017. >> that is $300 million right there. >> $300 million that will
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continue to be partly funded by increases on customers' water bills. our aging infrastructure will continue to crack without it. >> it is bound happen unless you address something like this. that is what we are doing. >> crews will bring in the machinery for the repairs tomorrow. they hope to start the repair on monday. officials say gas service has been restored all but a handful of customers in the area. >> thanks. a dozen baltimore city transportation employees may lose their jobs and three supervisors have already been suspended without pay after claims of theft and misconduct. the city transportation department and officer of the inspector general report that employees allegedly received $58,000 in scrap metal profits over a five-month period. the employees were in charge of underground repairs to cable, fiber-optic, and electricity
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lines. the worker is essentially, the metal and sold it to scrap yards. >> the onetime treasurer of a volunteer ambulance company is under indictment on theft charges. prosecutors say he is accused of issuing checks to himself totaling $59,000 from the middle river ambulance company. the indictment was unsealed on monday. >> the man who helped a noted presidential historians like thousands of documents from the maryland historical society was spending next year in prison. the 25-year-old was sentenced for his role in the theft. he acknowledged helping his mentor smuggle more than 60 documents out of the historical society, including a land grant signed by abraham lincoln, a signed document by george washington, and copies of speeches delivered by franklin roosevelt. they sold the items for tens of thousands of dollars. >> men who put their lives on their line -- on the line for
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their country were honored with the bronze star. one is 94 years old and the other served in vietnam. the valor of these veterans exhibited during combat was described as remarkable. >> in support of the blood and fire division in central europe, his duty was in keeping with the highest traditions of military service and reflect great credit upon himself, the 253rd infantry revenant -- regiment and the army of the united states. he repeatedly exposed himself to enemy fire in order to move forward and help wounded soldiers. while treating casualties, he was seriously wounded and evacuated. his actions serve as a great inspiration to his fettle -- to his fellow soldiers in the unit and save many lives. >> at a special ceremony, robert mikulski was on hand as the
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medal was awarded to dr. charles schyab. for these men, not just an honor for themselves but for the men with whom they served. >> i am so proud of them carrying if it means a lot to me, for my family, but also to share with the great heroes that i served with. >> celebrated every november 11, veterans they will be commemorated this sunday. the anniversary of the end of world war one ended on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918. there are 21 million military veterans living in the united states. according to the census, florida and texas have 1 million or more veterans each. more veterans day facts on, or you can share a
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message for a veteran you know and see restaurants that will be serving for e-mails to our veterans. >> well-deserved. lady liberty is backed up and running. >> the land israel that for the first time after being damaged in the storm. just one day after the national monument was opened. >> consumers should be on the lookout for sandy-fund -- sandy- flooded vehicle that go up for sale. what to watch out for. >> ray lewis has a secret hobby. i am at a spot in downtown baltimore where faure will let that secret out tonight. >> the weekend features warmer temperatures and some sunshine.
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>> as residents to our north continued to recover from hurricane sandy, experts are warning of an illegal practice that is bound to pop up in the wake of these storms
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sandy left behind thousands of soaked and sand-filled cars. many of those cars will be cleaned up, put back on the market, and sold to unsuspecting customers. oscar biya sellers will use the procedure known as title- washing to move cars that were once flooded and sell them elsewhere. experts recommend you do a smell test. >> the odor -- when a car sits in standing water, particularly saltwater, the car will take on a smell that is difficult to get rid of. >> another good idea, poll a vehicle history report and let a mechanic you trust take a look at it. look for debris or water lines in the car, truck, or engine department. dingy taillights or headlights could be a sign that that car could have been under water. >> adam jones is in new york tonight, one of three orioles to be honored with the gold glove award. he received another honor while
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in the big apple. that is jones with the ceo of rawlings taking part in the closing bell ceremony on the stock exchange. his teammates will join him for an awards dinner tonight. after a rocky road throughout the week, wall street ended the day with modest gains. >> some stories make you go, really? i had no idea. tonight, one about ray lewis. >> ray lewis the linebacker has someone he wants you to meet, and ray lewis the artist. >> the total of the set of my everyday world. -- the total opposite of my everyday world. >> photography is his medium. the sun is his subjects. ray lewis showed his work to the public for the first time. >> all of my photography is of a sunset, a sunrise.
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it is amazing. to me, being connected to the spirit the way i am, it blows my mind every day how those miracles can happen day in and day out. >> this is a juried show, meaning it was tough to get into. it was a world-class exhibition full of prominent artists throughout the state. rayless is showing right alongside them. >> real big time. i read up on a lot of people, who was going to be here. i was like, oh my gosh. i am with them? it is an honor. >> he has been at it for 10 years now and started shooting on film with the executive director says ray has a good eye. >> it is in various environments. they are really beautiful and ambient. >> everything in the show is for sale, including the son diary series. that means some savvy art fans have a chance to take home a
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little piece of the other ray lewis. >> now, your 11 insta-weather forecast. >> he has the chance for more son shots this weekend. it will be beautiful. sunset should be gorgeous. sunrise will be nice, too. at third marshall, a couple of degrees below average. we are almost back to normal after spending all of this month way below normal temperatures. the weekend, probably not record-setting. 78 degrees in 1994. we're talking 60, near 70 degrees in spots. some showers, even some rolling thunder through northern ohio. that warm front may have a little bit of rain as it passes through pennsylvania and areas to our north tomorrow morning. we will be on the south side of the warm front tomorrow and it
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will be mild. in oakland -- 50 in downtown baltimore. 39 degrees at wrigley. with clear skies and calm winds, the chill will set in overnight. as soon as the sun comes up, the wind starts turning to the south. you can see the mild air sitting to the south and southwest of us. these were actual temperatures. 72 degrees in st. louis. 60 degrees in cincinnati. high pressure moves through and keeps the skies sunday. there may be some clouds in the morning. showers headed for new england, drawing in the warmer air. the nice weather will last until monday at least. tomorrow, morning clouds, afternoon sun, mild temperatures. picture-perfect november weather here. on monday, we will see the showers start pressing towards the mountains, most likely not reaching baltimore until tuesday. for saturday, 59 to 64 degrees.
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son up at 6:45. the mountains crawling out of the deep freeze they have been in. they will enjoy a beautiful weekend. showers may move into the mountains on monday. eastern shore, sunshine with a few clouds tomorrow. a bright, sunny day on sunday. a good chance of getting close to 70 degrees on the interior sections of the eastern shore tomorrow. seven-day forecast looking great for whenever you want to do outside on this veterans day weekend. football sunday afternoon, beautiful. a few more clouds monday, but the rain holds off until tuesday. >> maybe you are staying in tonight. >> we are here with you until 11:35 at least. >> meredith vieira and her husband, richard cohen, on the
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program. james spader is here. music from katy perry, performing a song from the twilight fell in. >> taylor lautner is here, plus kevin pollak. check it out. >> they tipped off the season against kentucky. a big show from the big fella. >> is friday, november 9. tonight's jackpot is an estimated $13 million. you must match the five white balls plus the gold medal haul. let's see if we can make you a millionaire tonight. our first number is 35, 18, 40,
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>> from the susquehanna banks sports center, this is 11 sports. >> maryland unranked, maybe not for long, against no. 3 kentucky. a big showing for the terpsd. -- the terps. jay-z and the national champs. jay-z did not play. kentucky got out to a big lead. a triple, 26-14. second half, the terps turned it on. tied at 53-53. how about another one? open for three, second in a row he knocked down. they did, howard had it and lso
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-- and lost it. gets his own rebound and puts it in. 23 points, 12 boards. last chance, down three. howard did not get a good look. kentucky wins, 72-69. a big showing for maryland facing this team. loyola home to open the season, celebrating last season's stretch to the n.c.a.a. tournament. there is a banner you would love to see hanging in every arena. loyal all off and running. bobby olson ticking -- taking it out. lead over binghamton. he was an intern for the ravens this summer. i do not think he practice that.
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let's take a look at other local college course. penn holds off umbc. nice effort from the retrievers. charleston 8 winner over telson. morgan state knocked off utsa. navy a winner over marymount. high-school football playoffs underway. a rematch from just last week in anne arundel county. salt river won last week's meeting to set up tonight's game. brown had a big night, his second rushing touchdown. third quarter, same score. picked off, one of three fourth- down turnovers for self river. next play, ludwig. a play action rollout.
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he goes 44 yards. pretty good injury report for the ravens. not the same for the open river -- the oakland raiders. many players out for sunday's game in baltimore. ray lewis is down but not out. a surprise visit on saturday. chatted up harbaugh throughout the work done and gave a speech that led to quite a cheer. >> it was great to see ray. all of a sudden, looked back and there was re louis. doing well, gave a great talk. i will not share the details, but it was very inspiring, as always. we will just have to see how it goes. >> ravens still hoping he can be back in time for the playoffs. game 2 of the season was just like game 1 last friday. a win at home over chicago.
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look at him blow it home. his second game as a blast. you cannot stop the perfect shot. baltimore wins by 17-9. the blast improved to 2-0. they are at home tomorrow. >> question, why was jay-z at the game? >> he was part owner of the brooklyn nets. they were playing in brooklyn. >> he did not attend either school or anything. he was there to watch the game. ok.
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>> may be one of the most incredible weekends in november that we will see in a long time. >> it is not even here yet. >> it is almost here and you have given away the perfection. >> partly cloudy tomorrow, 62 degrees, lots of sun on sunday. a great day to celebrate veterans day. temperatures still in the 60's. it cools off with rain on tuesday and we will be back to normal the rest of the week. i am with you. it might be one of the better weekends in the fall. >> open up your wet basements and let them dry out. >> that is an interesting way to look at it.
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